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Ice Cream Machine Taylor



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0 of 0 humans found the following review helpful.
5Really fun!
By V. Adoño
My 6 year old loves Postman Pat, so I ordered this for his birthday. Now, my 4 year old and my baby girl get enjoyment from it. They keep watching it over and over again! This set was in truth worth it.

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0 of 0 humans found the following review helpful.
5Really fun!
By V. Adoño
My 6 year old loves Postman Pat, so I ordered this for his birthday. Now, my 4 year old and my baby girl take pleasure in it. They keep watching it over and over again! This set was actually worth it.

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20 Quart Ice Cream Freezer



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6 of 7 persons found the following review helpful.
4Avoid ice cream deficits.
By Linda OConnor
An extra bowl make sense. Wait for a sale, though, the price is high.

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful.
5Great soft serve maker
By Patty the runner from WI
This is a outstanding freezer bowl for making soft serve! I purchased an extra one because the key is that you just have to have it in the freezer for at least 24 hours to make sure it is wholly frozen. It does not retain it is chilliness to make a second batch, and it isn’t supposed to. It is fun being competent to make soft serve ice cream at home.

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
5Ummmmm!!!!!!!!!
By Deane Palliser
I recognise this review is for the bowl, but the ice cream maker is fantastic. In fact so fantastic that I had to buy another bowl so I didn’t have to wait as long to make another batch.
Need I say more …

Enjoy in moderation :)

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6 of 7 humans found the following review helpful.
4Avoid ice cream deficits.
By Linda OConnor
An extra bowl make sense. Wait for a sale, though, the price is high.

3 of 3 persons found the following review helpful.
5Great soft serve maker
By Patty the runner from WI
This is a outstanding freezer bowl for making soft serve! I purchased an extra one because the key is that you just have to have it in the freezer for at least 24 hours to make sure it is altogether frozen. It does not retain it is chilliness to make a second batch, and it isn’t supposed to. It is fun being capable to make soft serve ice cream at home.

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
5Ummmmm!!!!!!!!!
By Deane Palliser
I know this review is for the bowl, but the ice cream maker is fantastic. In fact so fantastic that I had to buy another bowl so I didn’t have to wait as long to make another batch.
Need I say more …

Enjoy in moderation :)

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Simac Ice Cream Maker



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75 of 78 people found the following review helpful.
1Under no circumstances buy this machine.
By S. Tolkin
The machine worked reasonably nicely for awhile–nothing exceptionally peculiar with regards to the texture of the ice cream or the ease of use. And then it just plain stopped working, when it comes to four months after we purchased it. We called Amazon and they said after 90 days we had to go to the distributor. We called the distributor who said no, we had to go to the manufacturer. We called the manufacturer who said we had to send it in at our own expense. We did. They called and said the model number was faulty on the invoice. We tried to get a new invoice. We called them back to say we were working on it. The number was disconnected. There was no new number and no listing. We called Amazon. They called the number they have for the manufacturer and said that number is also disconnected. They don’t hold out much hope that we will find our machine. So now we are out the 399 or whatsoever the machine cost plus the 65 bucks for the shipping and have nothing. DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT!!

85 of 91 people found the following review helpful.
5Finally, the right texture and flavor froma outstanding machine
By Cooking Fool
I have been making ice cream in a Cuisinart macine for years but I wanted to regain my freezer space from the 2 canisters I had to keep ready.. I likewise wanted to make good gelato since I can’t go to Italy all the time. This machine delivers the real experience for both. It also may chill wine in just a few minutes. I had basi purchased the Lussino 4080 by Musso at with regards to twice the price. It was terrible. Too soft right out of the machine and full of ice crystals when put in the freezer for any amount of time. It didn’t get firm, it became a rock. I returned it and got the Lello Gelato Pro instead. It is quieter, has a washable bowl, weighs much less and makes a more spectacular amount of ice cream. It’s no contest. This machine is great

53 of 56 people found the following review helpful.
5You get what you recompense for. This is great!
By D. Rupa
For a long time, I’ve had your run of the mill cuisinart ice cream maker with the bowl you had to put in the freezer overnight. I don’t know when it comes to other people, but I don’t know 24 hours in advance that I want to make ice cream. So I wound up not using it as much as I would have liked. Furthermore, I don’t have a huge freezer, so keeping it in there on a neverending basis was not a good option.

After coming into a outstanding deal of extra money, I decisive to take the plunge and invest a good deal of cash into a higher end ice cream maker. My wife thinks I’m exuberant with researching before buying, but I believe that the time you put into that will let you make a better decision on what is the best product out there.

My initial thought was to get the Musso. It’s a nice looking machine (Stainless steel), and it received for the most part good reivews. The downside is the machine is very large. I didn’t want something that big in my kitchen.

I then came allround the Lello Gelato Pro 4090. This machine seemed to be very favorable amidst the poeple who had already purchased it. Another plus for me was the fact that the bucket was removable (that makes for very easy cleaning!)

My machine arrived earlier this week, and came with a nice starter recipe book for ice cream. I decisive to go for the most basic recipe so I could get an honorary feel for the machine and the ice cream it made. So I went for the age old favorite, Vanilla.

After mixing the ingredients, not one thing was more simple than pouring it into the bown and starting the machine (You may refrigerate the ingredints after cooking them to speed up the freezing process, but I had extra time on my hands). To my pleasant suprize the machine was easy to use, and not very piercing at all. Granted, it would be hard to have people in the kitchen and not be distracted by the noise the machine generates, but I found once I walked out of the kitchen, it was scarcely audible. (Very impressed!).

I set the timer for 60 minutes (keep in mind, my ingredients went into the bucket hot), and plainly walked away. When I came back I had a soft-serve type ice cream. I let the machine go a little longer,and it had a very nice consistancy.

When I taste tested the ice cream I was very suprised. I’m a firm believer that making feed from scratch will always beat store-bought feed (I make my own pizza, pasta, bread, cakes, and now ice cream). This plain, no frills vanilla ice cream tasted excellent! I’m now exited to move on to more complex recipies!

Right now I veritably have no complaints in regards to this machine. I like the look of it, the way it operates, the fact that it is not overly loud, and the ice cream it makes. Granted, it’s heavy (41 lbs) but what do you suppose from a machine than has it’s own cooling system built into it.

I highly suggest this machine to any person that want’s a good solid ice cream maker, that is not overly expensive, or large, and does what it’s made for, making good ice cream.

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75 of 78 people found the following review helpful.
1Under no circumstances buy this machine.
By S. Tolkin
The machine worked reasonably nicely for awhile–nothing specially particular regarding the texture of the ice cream or the ease of use. And then it just plain stopped working, in regards to four months after we purchased it. We called Amazon and they said after 90 days we had to go to the distributor. We called the distributor who said no, we had to go to the manufacturer. We called the manufacturer who said we had to send it in at our own expense. We did. They called and said the model number was defective on the invoice. We tried to get a new invoice. We called them back to say we were working on it. The number was disconnected. There was no new number and no listing. We called Amazon. They called the number they have for the manufacturer and said that number is also disconnected. They don’t hold out much hope that we will find our machine. So now we are out the 399 or whatsoever the machine cost plus the 65 bucks for the shipping and have nothing. DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT!!

85 of 91 people found the following review helpful.
5Finally, the right texture and flavor froma great machine
By Cooking Fool
I have been making ice cream in a Cuisinart macine for years but I wanted to regain my freezer space from the 2 canisters I had to keep ready.. I likewise wanted to make good gelato since I can’t go to Italy all the time. This machine delivers the real experience for both. It likewise may chill wine in just a few minutes. I had basi purchased the Lussino 4080 by Musso at when it comes to twice the price. It was terrible. Too soft right out of the machine and full of ice crystals when put in the freezer for any amount of time. It didn’t get firm, it became a rock. I returned it and got the Lello Gelato Pro instead. It is quieter, has a washable bowl, weighs much less and makes a more prominent amount of ice cream. It’s no contest. This machine is great

53 of 56 humans found the following review helpful.
5You get what you pay for. This is great!
By D. Rupa
For a long time, I’ve had your run of the mill cuisinart ice cream maker with the bowl you had to put in the freezer overnight. I don’t recognise when it comes to other people, but I don’t recognise 24 hours in advance that I want to make ice cream. So I wound up not using it as much as I would have liked. Furthermore, I don’t have a huge freezer, so keeping it in there on a uninterrupted basis was not a good option.

After coming into some extra money, I decisive to take the plunge and invest some cash into a higher end ice cream maker. My wife thinks I’m exuberant with researching before buying, but I believe that the time you put into that will let you make a better decision on what is the best product out there.

My firstborn thought was to get the Musso. It’s a nice looking machine (Stainless steel), and it received for the most part good reivews. The downside is the machine is very large. I didn’t want something that big in my kitchen.

I then came all over the Lello Gelato Pro 4090. This machine seemed to be very favorable amongst the poeple who had already purchased it. Another plus for me was the fact that the bucket was removable (that makes for very easy cleaning!)

My machine arrived earlier this week, and came with a nice starter recipe book for ice cream. I decisive to go for the most basic recipe so I could get an honorable feel for the machine and the ice cream it made. So I went for the age old favorite, Vanilla.

After mixing the ingredients, not one thing was more simple than pouring it into the bown and starting the machine (You may refrigerate the ingredints after cooking them to speed up the freezing process, but I had extra time on my hands). To my pleasant suprize the machine was easy to use, and not very piercing at all. Granted, it would be hard to have people in the kitchen and not be distracted by the noise the machine generates, but I found once I walked out of the kitchen, it was scarcely audible. (Very impressed!).

I set the timer for 60 minutes (keep in mind, my ingredients went into the bucket hot), and merely walked away. When I came back I had a soft-serve type ice cream. I let the machine go a little longer,and it had a very nice consistancy.

When I taste tested the ice cream I was very suprised. I’m a firm believer that making feed from scratch will always beat store-bought feed (I make my own pizza, pasta, bread, cakes, and now ice cream). This plain, no frills vanilla ice cream tasted excellent! I’m now exited to move on to more complex recipies!

Right now I genuinely have no complaints with regards to this machine. I like the look of it, the way it operates, the fact that it is not overly loud, and the ice cream it makes. Granted, it’s heavy (41 lbs) but what do you suppose from a machine than has it’s own cooling system built into it.

I highly suggest this machine to any person that want’s a good solid ice cream maker, that is not overly expensive, or large, and does what it’s made for, making good ice cream.

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